L'Oreal Feria Extreme Ombre - Review!

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Hello beauty bees!! 
Today I'm going to do a review on the new exciting development I've made to my hair, a dip-dye!! 
Yes, I've had one of them before, (see my previous post about the L'Oreal Wild Ombre kit, link here) but that was when my hair was long, now it's short I wanted to do it again because I love the look of ombre's on shoulder length hair! 

Personally I think the models hair is a bit short for a dip-dye, looks silly! But moving onto my hair!
This is the colour it was before I bleached it, a pretty standard, boring brown! I needed to do something to spice up my hair, if you know me and my blog at all you'll know that I dye my hair more times than the seasons change!
I got the brunette version, but you can also get a ombre kit for blondes too if you don't want such a dramatic lightening effect.
I'll give you brief instructions now, but if you want a more comprehensive guide to how to use this kit then please refer to my last post about the Wild Ombre kit, as this is basically the same as that but with a stronger bleach solution.
After I'd done all that I applied it to my hair with the supplied ''expert'' brush, but I found it a bit of a faff on short hair so I just ended up using my hands, I had gloves so I didn't get any bleach on my hands.
I put the bleach up to about halfway up my ears, I thought that was enough so the dip-dye was obvious but not too much so I looked like the model on the front of the box haha!
As you can see, this wasn't a precise art from me haha I'm more of a suck it and see kind of gal!
Then I waited 45 minutes and rinsed out the bleach, then used the moisturising shampoo that you get with it, which I really like!
And this is what I ended up with;
 It looks more orange in some of the pictures than it is in real life, it's actually a really nice dark blonde colour!
I'm super happy with it, and I've had tons of compliments on it already! I think it's one of my better hair experiments haha! 
It makes my hair look loads thicker and, even though the texture is a bit dryer, it still feels in good condition despite the bleach! 
I'm really excited to be part of the dip-dye club again!! I've had to buy some more purple shampoo so it doesn't go too brassy though, it's a must!
L'Oreal Feria Extreme Ombre is available from Boots & Superdrug for £5.99.
Toodles! x


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4 comments :

  1. I've dyed my hair multiple times and it's never come out that well, yours looks better than the model on the box, wish mime would do that lol

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  2. ooh, this looks so nice! x

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  3. That looks lovely Angie, really suits you! Totally agree the models hair is too short for dip dye?! Your lippie is amazing!!! x

    Em

    www.emsmixedbag.com

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  4. This looks lovely hun, I do love dip dye :)

    x x x

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Angie x

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